[ home / bans / all ] [ qa / jp / cry ] [ sum ] [ f / ec ] [ b / poll ] [ tv / bann ] [ toggle-new / tab ]

/b/ - Boson Technology

Also known as Boson /g/

New Reply

Options
Comment
File
Whitelist Token
Spoiler
Password (For file deletion.)
Markup tags exist for bold, itallics, header, spoiler etc. as listed in " [options] > View Formatting "


Nen Refugee Thread Please be kind and welcoming to nen friends!

[Return] [Bottom] [Catalog]

File:67b10b5a50844ebbee2c2b3fdb….jpg (422.5 KB,4093x2894)

 No.3284

Kissu's monthly stats are more spread out and lower in part by the April slump
/qa/ 3884
/jp/ 623
/b/ 438
/megu/ 185
/poll/ 70
= 5200
About 1k loss, however viewership of kissu has been at a level highly above average the past few days so this is good news to me, albeit our unique IPs are harder to raise. I've yet to plot this out, might do this.

May the fourth be with you

 No.3285

my benchmark site , mlpol, lost 1.5k this segment so we're in good shape. We were already ahead of them by ~100 so now we're in the range of looking ahead to even bigger sites

 No.3286

/jp/ smells

 No.3287

Pretty impressive for /qa/ which I thought was going much slower. If this is activity over the past month then it's even beating ota

For reference:
ota 3708

 No.3288

>>3287
Spam and low quality posts decrease post numbers. Contrary to what some believe deregulation is a system of weakening your userbase for a select few snowflakes who don't believe in compromise.

 No.3318

decided to check and see how kissu and ota compared in activity in the first hour of the day, and the results were as follows.

ota: 7

Kissu
/qa/: 12
/jp/: 9
/b/: 1

kissu really does well around this time

 No.3354

File:Screenshot_2020-05-07 Kiss….png (1.14 KB,349x40)

00:00 EST

 No.3392

Just checking some other sites from since >>3354 it really does seem like activity is down across the board. ota is only at 22 posts today, though it'll probably pick up later, and gnfos is at 36. /qa/ is near 50 so it's still relatively the fastest. Even checking your benchmark site mlpol it's only had ~34 posts made in total since 00:00 EST

 No.3393

>>3392
Neat.

 No.3394

>>3392
It's a completely different target demographic but I figure they're good to see if otaku or political is winning, or if it's just imageboards in general being slow/fast due to the collective unconscious

 No.3395

File:IMG_20200507_135213.jpg (443.52 KB,1080x1713)

though even the bigger supposedly /a/ spinoffs are partially based in srs buisness normboard behavior

 No.3396

File:Screenshot_2020-05-07 4sta….png (114.96 KB,1321x858)

Interestingly enough 4chan seems to have mostly gained throughout April-May, here's some interesting changes for the larger boards.

 No.3397

File:Screenshot_2020-05-07 4sta….png (83.29 KB,1321x581)


 No.3398

>>3396
Nothing left for a political board when the cults you follow turn out to be death cults

 No.3399

>>3397
Why's /jp/ so much more active? That seems completely out of character.

 No.3400

first thing I see opening jp

...Anonymous
Virtual Youtubers
05/06/20(Wed)20:20:27 No.23709276

 No.3401

>>3399
It is the official eceleb board for vtubers now

 No.3402

...Anonymous
Hentai Games General /hgg/
05/02/20(Sat)05:21:41 No.23645720

They probably said "fuck it" to the webring or were moved from vg

 No.3403

File:b8bb796aac.png (255.76 KB,1619x371)

insane numbers

 No.3404

assuming all hololive threads are around that active then that's around 6000 posts a day from them, and that means they comprise over 1/3rd of /jp/'s total activity. I'm not sure how much the vtuber thread takes up, but if it's similar then /jp/ is 2/3rds vtubers

 No.3405

rip in piss 4jp wwwwwwwwwwwwwww

 No.3406

The real kicker is that Vtubers are not even at its greatest level of popularity yet, Hololive has put out auditions for English chuubas. If that goes through successfully it's gonna blow up like ten tons of dynamite.

 No.3407

>>3406
Please, I don't need to get more depressed.

 No.3408

>>3407
It's happening.

 No.3421

File:Screenshot_2020-05-08 Kiss….png (3.63 KB,672x106)

>>3354
A bit late, but here's today's total.

 No.3423

Weekly averages or weekly totals have more realistic weight and are less prone to be disappointing to people when some days only have 50 and overly exiting when others have 300. Daily evaluations have too much noise to produce any reasonable outcome.

Some posts I value as worth 50 posts and other posts are worth negative posts.

Gamifying statistics means they lose their reliability

 No.3424

True, I need to find something else to do than look at post numbers...

 No.3425

>>3424
Just do weekly and it's fine. I think that looking at posts per day or hour is something that you do later.
Really I would just rather you made posts people like rather than chase after a number.

Being brash because I think it's a misguided way to make energy. Welcome to prove me wrong.

 No.3426

File:2a37ba039a8519bf7827d83eba….png (99.57 KB,225x371)

>>3425
Well that's not an issue as I don't chase after numbers, but counting the posts is just something I do on the side.

 No.3427

>>3426
I'm worried of people misreading the intentions behind it and creating a culture based around speed rather than posts. Kissu can't handle the same level of people as some others without needing to spend more on server costs or optimize software. It's better to think in terms of quality because it cuts costs.

 No.3428

>>3427
Hm guess you've got a point there. Wouldn't want to encourage that behavior




[Return] [Top] [Catalog] [Post a Reply]
Delete Post [ ]

[ home / bans / all ] [ qa / jp / cry ] [ sum ] [ f / ec ] [ b / poll ] [ tv / bann ] [ toggle-new / tab ]